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Akiko Katoh, Hiroaki Fujihara, Toyoaki Ohbuchi, Tatsushi Onaka, W Scott Young III, Govindan Dayanithi, Yuka Yamasaki, Mitsuhiro Kawata, Hitoshi Suzuki, Hiroki Otsubo, Hideaki Suzuki, David Murphy and Yoichi Ueta

oxytocin, vasopressin and their receptors . Neuroendocrinology 78 185 – 203 . Young WS III Iacangelo A Luo XZ King C Duncan K Ginns EI 1999 Transgenic expression of green fluorescent protein in mouse oxytocin neurones . Journal of

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Z Cheng, M Elmes, S E Kirkup, E C Chin, D R E Abayasekara and D C Wathes

to oxytocin: role of phospholipase A 2 . Journal of Endocrinology 141 491 –496. Leung ST & Wathes DC 2000 Oestradiol regulation of oxytocin receptor expression in cyclic bovine endometrium. Journal of Reproduction

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S P Sivarajasingam, N Imami and M R Johnson

• This cytokine may play a role in labour by increasing the expression of oxytocin receptors on myometrial cells to increase their responsiveness to oxytocin • IL-6 can also increase oxytocin secretion by myometrial cells IL-8

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Deborah P Fischer, Jonathon A Hutchinson, Diane Farrar, Peter J O'Donovan, David F Woodward and Kay M Marshall

synthesis inhibitors can prolong gestation via temporary suppression of myometrial contractility ( Vermillion & Landen 2001 ). Functional studies on the human myometrium have characterised heterogeneous DP, EP, FP, IP and TP prostanoid receptor subtypes in

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Vikki L Poole and Christopher J McCabe

stimulation compared to Arturi et al . (2005) who observed increased NIS mRNA and iodide-trapping after prolactin treatment. This discrepancy could be due to a variety of technical considerations ( Arturi et al . 2005 ). The oxytocin receptor is present in

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A Hassan and D Mason

273 33174 –33183. Berrada K , Plesnicher CL, Luo X & Thibonnier M 2000 Dynamic interaction of human vasopressin/oxytocin receptor subtypes with G protein-coupled receptor kinases and protein kinase C after agonist

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Eugen Brailoiu, Siok L Dun, G Cristina Brailoiu, Keisuke Mizuo, Larry A Sklar, Tudor I Oprea, Eric R Prossnitz and Nae J Dun

, Merchenthaler I, Coen CW, Petersen SL & Liposits Z 2004 Estrogen receptor-beta in oxytocin and vasopressin neurons of the rat and human hypothalamus: immunocytochemical and in situ hybridization studies. Journal of Comparative Neurology 473 315 –333

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Hiroshi Nagano, Yuki Sobue, Hayato Matsuyama, Shoichiro Saito, Hiroki Sakai, Firoj Alom, Yasuyuki Tanahashi, Toshiaki Ishii and Toshihiro Unno

nerve terminals in the posterior pituitary into the blood circulation. AVP maintains body fluid homeostasis by stimulating water reabsorption via vasopressin V 2 receptors in the renal collecting tubule. Synthesis and secretion of AVP are regulated by

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David R Grattan

) Oxytocin secretion Marked change in firing pattern, generation of ‘burst’ firing to facilitate parturition and milk ejection Prolactin receptors on oxytocin neurons, and acute inhibitory effects on activity Kokay et al . (2006) and Sapsford et al

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Marcello Maggiolini and Didier Picard

Prossnitz ER Kawata M 2007 Expression of G protein-coupled receptor-30, a G protein-coupled membrane estrogen receptor, in oxytocin neurons of the rat paraventricular and supraoptic nuclei . Endocrinology 148 5842 – 5850 . Shang Y 2006